Why do a short course in podiatry?
We offer two short courses: 'Endorsed Scheduled Medicines (ESM) online case studies' and a Bridging Program for the Master of Podiatric Practice.
'Endorsed Scheduled Medicines (ESM) online case studies' is part of the pathway of work required for podiatrists to undertake to obtain endorsement for scheduled medicines. These case studies have been approved by the Podiatry Board of Australia (PodBA) and includes an integrated assessment (required by the PodBA).
The Bridging Program for the Master of Podiatric Practice is part of the Graduate Entry Masters program. It provides students with the essential pre-clinical podiatry skills training such that they can confidently enter semester one with the other double-degree students.
'Endorsed Scheduled Medicines (ESM) online case studies'
The 'Endorsed Scheduled Medicines (ESM) online case studies' are available for purchase anytime for A$275.00. Online access to the course resources are made available to applicants, and they are required to read through and complete the multiple choice question (MCQ) assessment embedded within the curriculum. If applicants score above 80% on the MCQ assessment, they are then deemed to have completed the assessment successfully and are provided with a certificate stating this.
NB: Please see the Podiatry Board of Australia website to check that you are eligible to complete the case studies. For most podiatrists, this will include an appropriate level of undergraduate or postgraduate pharmacology (an approved course in podiatric therapeutics).
If you have any queries, please contact executive and professional education at firstname.lastname@example.org or Future student enquiries at 1300 135 045.
Bridging Program for the Master of Podiatric Practice
As part of the Graduate Entry Masters program, we will provide students with the essential pre-clinical podiatry skills training such that they can confidently enter semester one with the other double-degree students. The fee is $1,500.
This is a 4-week program consisting of online learning activities (week 1), pre-clinical practice training program (weeks 2 and 3), and assessment of learning outcomes (week 4).
Attendance to the pre-clinical training program in weeks 2-3 and satisfactory completion of the competencies and hurdle requirements in week 4 are compulsory for progression to the Graduate Entry Masters program. We would request that you keep other commitments to a minimum for the four weeks.
For further enquiries, please email ASK La Trobe.
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